APGA House Of Assembly Aspirant Assures Electorate Of  A Paradigm Shift

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Hon.Bala Moses John,an aspirant contesting for the Nasarawa State  House of Assembly under the  auspices of the All Progressive Grand  Alliance  representing Nasarawa Eggon East has assured the people  of his Constituency of his total commitment in ensuring good representation if elected.

John stated this when he visits party officials at Agunji and Alogani electoral  wards, he promised to effect positive changes in politics of Nasarawa Eggon  East by remaining the voice of the voiceless by supporting what is right and  opposing what is wrong.

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Hon.Bala Moses John says he would bring in new grounds by lobbying for projects that has direct impact on the lives of his people as he remain in the Assembly.

The All Progressive Grand Alliance contestant says the party would fight hunger and poverty to the barest minimum in his Constituency.

Calling on party officials to remain firm in taken decisions that would foster unity and success in the party ahead of 2019 election.

John blamed the defeat of APGA in 2015 to some internal wrangling ranging from the nomination of wrong candidates in the party who are out for their selfish interest only.

The aspirant campaign team also visited Roman Catholic Mission Primary School; Agunji which was established in 1948 with a population of 203 pupils has only two classrooms.

The Primary School, it was revealed has only 9 permanent teachers, with inadequate chairs, at the time of filing this report, there are two classroom blocks ongoing but was constructed through community effort.

The aspirant called on the State Government and the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board to consider divine criteria in the sitting of School projects.

“In some communities you will discovered that more Schools were built without pupils occupying them while in some communities with high population you will see that few Schools and classrooms are in place to cater for pupils.

Advising the State Government not to politicized the education sector for the interest of the generation yet unborn.

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